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One thing I really wanted to bring up but I had a family isuse which i had
to disappear. I was thinking could the TDF host a debian repo with the
daily builds etc as I was helping someone in qa who when installing the
package with dpkg basically screwed up his installation. I think having a
repo would be great in the sense one wont have to use dpkg and have to deal
with dependency issues one can encounter using it.

On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 10:44 AM, Alex Waite <> wrote:


It was nice meeting you on the admin call this weekend.

 I'd be interested to help build an official APT repository for
Debian/Ubuntu (I use Linux Mint Debian Edition as my main OS)

From reading the ESC meeting minutes, it seems like they are currently
contemplating the future direction of the .deb build the TDF provides.

The minutes are posted to the devel list; July 18th might be of interest
to you.

 However, the big question for me is is there some kind of time commitment
you'd require me to make (if you were to accept me, of course!) as my free
time can vary dramatically week-to-week.

It's a volunteer project; so as much time as you're willing/able to
provide. :-)


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